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Ripple Effects of Driverless Cars Touch Ethics, Spending, Policy

Testing sites in Pittsburgh, Boston, Washington, D.C. and other prominent cities in America have already put driverless cars on the road – all with...

How NASA Wants to Explore AI

NASA is working to overcome barriers that once blocked it from a full pursuit of innovations in artificial intelligence and machine learning technology, according...

Five Principles to Advance AI at the Air Force

The Air Force has been on an almost three-year journey to integrate AI into operations and that effort will soon be more apparent as...

AI in Government: Ethical Considerations and Educational Needs

By Deborah Borfitz, Senior Science Writer, AI Trends In the public sector, adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) appears to have reached a tipping point with...

Use of AI in Government Still Lags

Adoption of AI and automated software tools has been sluggish, especially by the US government, according to a report from SearchEnterpriseAI, based on a...

Encourage Immigration of Skilled AI Technologists, Suggests Former IARPA Director

To stay on the cutting edge of AI development, the U.S. needs to better encourage immigration of skilled technologists, dedicate higher levels of education...

From AI in Government: Clean Data Challenge; Right Amount of Regulation; Working with Private...

By AI Trends Staff Coverage following AI World Government held in Washington, DC from June 24-26 was extensive. Here is a summary of a selection...

More Trust from Intel Agencies Needed for AI to Work for Government

The intelligence community needs to work closely with the private sector for AI adoption by the federal government to be successful, said Justin Fier,...

Launching an AI Project Calls for Careful Scoping

Channel partners are finding themselves in advisory roles as more customers think about launching an AI project. New approaches are emerging to help get...






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